2 talks by Jean Shepherd at the Dayton HamVention: 1980-05-xx Dayton HamVention (poor audio) 1985-04-27 Dayton HamVention http://www.flicklives.com/index.php?pg=318 Topics: Ham Radio, Ham Radio Humor, Jean Shepherd, Amateur Radio, Amateur radio stations -- Humor
Christmas episode of Jean Shepherd's radio show - Learn more at http://agreatbigcity.com/a-very-shepherd-christmas-stories-from-jean-shepherds-new-york-city-radio-show favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: radio, "jean shepherd", "old time radio", "A Christmas Story", otr,...
Christmas episode of Jean Shepherd's radio show - Learn more at http://agreatbigcity.com/a-very-shepherd-christmas-stories-from-jean-shepherds-new-york-city-radio-show Topics: radio, "jean shepherd", "old time radio", "A Christmas Story", otr,...
History marches on and Shep is your color commentator. The death of President Kennedy like the March on Washington the reports are two of the most lasting excerpts of the age. Many hidden truths are revealed by Shep, he out hipped the hippies who were also listeners. Topics: kennedy, kennedy assasination, new york, jean shepherd
A little of everything. Shep broadcast the auditory novel of American life in the 20th century. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: folk lore, mark twain, jean shepherd, george kaufman, showbiz, kazoo, oil cloth, big shots,...
30-minute radio program for August 14, 2012. A tribute to the ad-lib art of late-night radio storyteller Jean Shepherd. Includes a condensed version of one of his great monologues, from October 1965 (WOR AM-FM, New York). It's a humorous tale of grenade-replica cigarette lighters, the real George Washington, crime in real life vs. on TV, and life among the rednecks in Covington, KY, in the 1950s. Intro by KD. This is a rerun of NWN #52 (February 2009--not archived here). The uncondensed... Topics: Jean Shepherd, guns, crime, Covington, Kentucky, radio
JEAN SHEPHERD THE STORY OF I LIBERTINE LONG JOHN NEBEL WNBC NEW YORK How did one of the greatest media hoaxes ever foisted upon New York City and the world at large come about? The crazy tale is recounted here in Shep's own words on a Long John Nebel's radio show from 1968: [@ 46'] Overnight WOR-AM radio show host Jean Shepherd asked his listeners ("the Night People") to go into bookstores and ask for a book that didn't exist. Armed with a fictitious title and author, along... Topics: Jean Shepherd, Long John Nebel, Radio Broadcast, I Libertine
30-minute radio program for January 20, 2015. A look at radio great Jean Shepherd's amusing critiques of Americans' phoniness, consumerism, and false sense of "progress." Shepherd's words are from the 1950s but are just as relevant today (except for his grumble about automobile tail fins). KD reads and briefly discusses Shepherd's famous short essay, "The Night People vs. 'Creeping Meatballism'" (1957). Then--with more on the same theme--we hear selections from one of... Topics: Jean Shepherd, America, creeping meatballism, consumerism, progress
Billboard 1972 8 April 8 Vol. 84, No. 15 Author and radio personality Jean Shepherd has been nominated for two Emmy Awards by the Public Broadcasting System. He was nominated for Best Performer, and his WGBH - TV, Boston-produced series, "Jean Shepherd's America," was nominated for Best New Series. His current Mercurv album is 'The Declassified Jean Shepherd". Topics: Jean Shepherd, recording
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Jean Shepherd performed live at the Chautauqua Institution Summer Series on August 6, 1987. "How I Became A Humorist" is a masterful re-telling of his well-known "Orphan Annie Decoder Pin" story. Topics: Jean Shepherd, Little Orphan Annie, Ovaltine
Jean Shepherd reads "Ludlow Kissel And The Dago Bomb That Struck Back" as narrator Ralph Parker. The story is excerpted from his 1966 book, "In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash". He also talks about summers working at his dad's fireworks stand. Topics: jean shepherd, humor, ludlow kissel, in god we trust, independence day, WOR, AM, radio
Jean Shepherd reads "Ludlow Kissell And The Dago Bomb That Struck Back" as narrator Ralph Parker. The story is excerpted from his 1966 book, "In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash". He also talks about summers working at his dad's fireworks stand. (Originally uploaded by SAWPIT on 7/21/2014 with possible corrupted data.) Topics: jean shepherd, humor, ludlow kissel, in god we trust, independence day, WOR, AM, radio
Shep describes the bus ride down, and his observations of how things went once they were there. He doesn't tell about the events themselves, but discusses what went on around him. How the people acted, and how organized things were. (http://www.flicklives.com) Topics: jean shepherd, humor, history, march on washington, WOR, AM, radio